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The bits and pieces sign

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The bits and pieces sign

Ampilatwatja School students in remote Central Australia have recycled junk to create a nine-metre sign for the front fence of the school.

Stellar scholar curious about STEM options

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Stellar scholar curious about STEM options

High achiever Laura Chapman (pictured) is bound for Canberra to participate in Curious Minds, a science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) mentoring program.

Sister schools unite again

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Sister schools unite again

A Chinese delegation from the primary school affiliated with Anhui Normal University in China’s Anhui Province, made a recent stopover at Leanyer Primary School — their sister school.

Pepsi’s primary school partnership

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Pepsi’s primary school partnership

Sipepisewe was born on 20 May 2000 in Zimbabwe. The parents of the 17-year-old teenager, also known as Pepsi, died from HIV/AIDS.

Judo teacher reaches career high point

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Judo teacher reaches career high point

Dripstone Middle School teacher Emma Fisher has progressed from learning judo as a child, to international standing as a Level 1 Judo Instructor.

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Bawaka Cultural Experience

For students at boarding school, the other 18 hours spent outside of the classroom, are critical to ensuring their success in learning and life.

Centralian students visit Jumbunna

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Centralian students visit Jumbunna

Thirty senior students from Tennant Creek High School leave for the University of Technology Sydney this weekend.

Programmed for a world of water

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Programmed for a world of water

Nightcliff Middle School students applied their imaginations, construction skills and programming experience to build and manoeuvre kit built robots at the FirstAustralia Lego League regional contest on 16 November.

Territory kids invited to provide ideas for the new Museum of the Northern Territory

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Territory kids invited to provide ideas for the new Museum of the Northern Territory

The Northern Territory Government is building a new Museum of the Northern Territory in Darwin.

Nude Food and Forrest Garden

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Nude Food and Forrest Garden

A recent award of $2000 to Forrest Parade School will be used to install an aquaponics system in the school’s Forrest Garden.